STEPHEN PELLETIERE: Debunking the Bush Administration The CIAÂs senior political analyst on Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War, and then, from 1988 to 2000, Pelletiere was senior professor of national security affairs and the U.S. ArmyÂs expert on the Persian Gulf at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA. Interview topics include: the probable Mossad involvement in the assassination of President Rafik Harriri in Beirut; IsraelÂs pursuit of KirkukÂs oil as part of the spoils of war on Iraq and Israel as an adjunct of the Pentagon. In AmericaÂs Oil Wars, Pelletiere Âexplores the context of events that produced the attacks of September 11, 2001.Â The bookÂs cover observes that the author Âdebunks the Bush AdministrationÂs claim that the U.S. was beset by Islamic terrorists bent on destroying western civilization and set the stage for other possible motives.Â We pose new questions to the retired CIA analyst, using cui bono as our uppermost question: who benefits but the Bush Administration (and its allies, what Pelletiere calls the coalition) from the attacks of 9-11? Had Pelletiere ever heard of the skyscraper WTC Building 7 and its 6.5-second implosion on September 11? Or the flight skills of Hani Hanjour? Or Mohamed AttaÂs high living in Florida? Or the $100,000 delivered to Atta on the instructions of Gen. Mahmoud Ahmad, the head of PakistanÂs ISI (a client spook and black ops agency of the CIA)? For these and other questions, Pelletiere sat with forbearance, and answered in the negative. (38 min.)
Run time 38minutesProducer snowshoefilms.comProduction Company snowshoefilmsAudio/Visual sound, color
January 6, 2007
he talks about very valid points about 911 and iraq war.
It is worth watching.